Suspended inspector alleges Param Bir has ‘links to underworld
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MUMBAI: In the continuing saga of mudslinging amongst senior law enforcement officials, a letter by suspended police inspector Anup Dange to further chief secretary, house, searching for an inquiry into former police commissioner Param Bir Singh’s hyperlinks with “dubious characters and others who have underworld links” has come to the fore. He has alleged Singh by way of a relative demanded Rs 2 crore to reinstate him.
Singh rubbished the allegations however declined to elaborate saying the matter is pending in HC. Dange, in his letter dated February 2, additionally requested that the departmental probe towards him be assigned to a senior IAS officer. “I have sent the letter to the CM and home minister too, but haven’t got a reply so far,” Dange advised TOI.
Dange was suspended for allegedly naming an individual in an FIR with out ample grounds. In November 2019, Dange stated he went to verify pubs working in Akruti constructing at Breach Candy when a pub proprietor tried to pressurise him to function past the stipulated deadline, claiming he had connections with Param Bir Singh who was then DG state anti-corruption bureau. TOI had on November 24, 2019 reported the incident the place the grandson of movie producer Bharat Shah was arrested for allegedly assaulting a cop.
Dange was suspended on 18 July, 2020. He alleged an individual figuring out himself as a cousin of Singh acquired in contact with him and that they met on the Prabhadevi residence of the ‘cousin’. After negotiations, he agreed to scale back the demand to Rs 1 crore on behalf of Singh. “I neither had the will nor the capacity to pay this amount,” he stated. He additionally claimed Singh tried to scuttle the probe into assault case.

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